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Talk Nation Radio: Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire Says Syrians Oppose Intervention

Published July 2, 2013

Mairead Maguire, recipient of the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize, speaks about
here recent trip to Lebanon and Syria, where she met with refugees,
combatants, members of the opposition, and members of the government. 
She found that supporters and opponents of the government, including
those working for political changes, overwhelming oppose foreign
interference and violence.  Maguire is a founder of Peace People and of the Nobel Women's Initiative.  Maguire has nominated Bradley Manning for the Nobel Peace Prize and credits his work with helping to discourage the West from intervening in Syria.

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Also read "Ten Problems With the Latest Excuse for War" by David Swanson.

Producer David Swanson


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